- A 10-year-old boy identified as Micah Idris has shown that age should not limit people's ability to achieve success in life
- The young boy has his own business already and he recently transformed an old school bus into a food truck
- The bus was purchased with the donations Idris got through the fundraising campaign his mother started for him
A 10-year-old boy identified as Micah Idris has displayed that he is on his way to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
The young entrepreneur, who sells lemonade, recently acquired an old school bus to transform it into a food truck, Afro Tech reports.
The Philadelphia native was able to achieve this with the help of people who donated to his business after his mother started a fundraising campaign for him.
Idris' business is called Micah's Mixx and the the young boy offers over a dozen various flavours of teas and lemonades.
The young boy expressed gratitude to people that donated to his business and those that purchased over 1,500 bottles of lemonade.
His Instagram post read in part:
“My mother was hesitant to do this but we really underestimated the cost it takes to turn a bus into a food truck. If you’d like to donate here’s the link and it’s also in my bio. Maybe tag @theellenshow @tylerperry or @meekmill in the comments. Thanks for getting me this far I couldn’t have done this without my followers!”
In other news, a kid in the US is well on her way to making business history in the coming years at the rate she is going.
Lily Adeleye became the youngest CEO to have her products featured on the shelves of a reputable retail store in the United States.
Unlike every other 6-year-old kid in the world that would probably be in nursery school learning how to read and write and definitely not running a business, Lily is in a class of her own.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a local man had social media users applauding him when they saw how he's doing his most to achieve greatness.
The man, identified as Twitter user Itumeleng, shared his story on the social media platform. He explained that he and his crew get up early to prepare the yummy sandwiches that they sell at a rank.
Itumeleng gave thanks to the guys who've been helping him make his business idea grow into something profitable.
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